God is a Woman

dir. Andrès Peyrot / 2023 / France, Switzerland, Panama / 87min.
ETNOMATOGRAF AWARD
Andrés Peyrot films with the Indigenous Kuna people in Panama’s San Blas islands as they seek to lay claim to a 1975 documentary that captured their community, but never was shown to them.

Swiss-Panamanian director Andrés Peyrot films with the Indigenous Kuna people in Panama’s San Blas islands as they seek to lay claim to a 1975 documentary that captured their community, but never was shown to them. Film explores what happens after a community is used as a subject — and never sees the final product. 

duration:
87 min
country / year of production:
France, Switzerland, Panama / 2023
director:
Andrès Peyrot
cinematography:
Patrick Tresch, Nicolas Desaintquentin
producer:
Brieuc Dréano, Andrés Peyrot, Johan De Faria / Industrie Films, Upside Films, P.S. Productions
selected festivals and awards:
2023 – Venice IFF, 2023 – Toronto IFF
sections:
First Nations Awarded at 21st MDAG
competitions:
Best Debut Award
tags:
feminism awarded Latin America postcolonialism

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